[Hallb-engineering] Fwd: Tomorrow and the rest of the week
tilles at jlab.org
Tue Mar 24 16:56:34 EDT 2015
As you see the Hall will be open in the morning for the Torus move. If you have any items that need to be removed that will happen around 8:30 am the Rad Con folks will be in the Hall checking items to be removed.
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From: "Stepan Stepanyan" <stepanya at jlab.org>
To: "David Kashy" <kashy at jlab.org>
Cc: "Volker Burkert" <burkert at jlab.org>, "Doug Tilles" <tilles at jlab.org>, "Cesar Luongo" <luongo at jlab.org>, "Ruben Fair" <rfair at jlab.org>, "Glenn Young" <gyoung at jlab.org>, "John A. Jaros" <john at slac.stanford.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 4:36:33 PM
Subject: Re: Tomorrow and the rest of the week
OK, thanks. Then we will plan to lock up the hall on swing tomorrow.
As for accelerator plan downs for next week, it will be decided tomorrow
at the scheduling meeting. Typically it is on Tuesday's.
On 3/24/15 4:27 PM, Dave Kashy wrote:
> Hi Stepan,
> We can lock up through the weekend once the coil is in the Hall.
> It seems that for next week, we should plan to work around Accelerator down times.
> That is if the accelerator is scheduled to be down then we go in to the Hall and do any steps possible, like rotating coil B or some minor work on Coil C.
> Please let us know in advance if there are Machine down times planned.
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> From: "Stepan Stepanyan" <stepanya at jlab.org>
> To: "kashy" <kashy at jlab.org>, "Volker Burkert" <burkert at jlab.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 4:16:40 PM
> Subject: Tomorrow and the rest of the week
> Hi Dave,
> So, we will stop beam running and ask for the restricted access at 6am
> tomorrow, March 25. Hopefully by 7am hall will be in restricted access.
> Since efficiency for restoring usable beam is quite bad, we do not want
> to close evenings and nights for beam run, so f we need to have hall be
> available for torus work on Thursday or Friday, we will keep it open and
> cancel the shifts.
> Please let me know what how long you need the hall for the coil work.
> Thanks, Stepan
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